Monday, May 07, 2007

[Milanisti Indonesia] Digest Number 4017

Messages In This Digest (25 Messages)

1a.
Re: The Black Panther Or The Master Penalty ???? From: Agent Of Brutality
1b.
Re: The Black Panther Or The Master Penalty ???? From: Jurig Milan
1c.
Re: The Black Panther Or The Master Penalty ???? From: Dedi.Dimyati@sunlife.com
1d.
Re: The Black Panther Or The Master Penalty ???? From: Commandos Tigre
1e.
Re: The Black Panther Or The Master Penalty ???? From: Dhaman
1f.
Re: The Black Panther Or The Master Penalty ???? From: devilito
1g.
Re: The Black Panther Or The Master Penalty ???? From: key chenk
1h.
Re: The Black Panther Or The Master Penalty ???? From: Commandos Tigre
2a.
Re: [Milanisti-Indonesia]Platini memberi ucapan selamat pada Milan From: tukang_sapu_curva_sud
3a.
Costacurta Memperkuat Tim Pelatih Milan From: Kaka
3b.
Re: Costacurta Memperkuat Tim Pelatih Milan From: Jurig Milan
3c.
Re: Costacurta Memperkuat Tim Pelatih Milan From: tukang_sapu_curva_sud
4.
Gagal Gaet Ronaldinho, Milan Pindah ke Eto'o From: Kaka
5a.
Re: milan oh milan From: Mohammad Hilman Taofani
5b.
Re: milan oh milan From: Don Rudy
5c.
Re: milan oh milan From: Mohammad Hilman Taofani
6.
Kaka', Calon Terbaik (vote for Kaka') From: andri susanto
7a.
The World's Top Ten Creative Players From: Don Rudy
7b.
Re: The World's Top Ten Creative Players From: Don Rudy
7c.
Re: [Milanisti-Indonesia]The World's Top Ten Creative Players From: Commandos Tigre
7d.
Re: [Milanisti-Indonesia]The World's Top Ten Creative Players From: Shadowfax
8a.
Countdown To Revenge (H-16) From: Commandos Tigre
8b.
Re: Countdown To Revenge (H-16) From: Juniardi Putra
9.
Yoan Gourcuff From: Don Rudy
10.
Gattuso Bidik Karir di Inggris From: Kaka

Messages

1a.

Re: The Black Panther Or The Master Penalty ????

Posted by: "Agent Of Brutality" athos_rage666@yahoo.com   athos_rage666

Mon May 7, 2007 8:41 am (PST)

Gw demen Boruc, atau Buffon. Gw gak terlalu suka dengan kiper Brazil.
Selalu jelek pada penempatan posisi.

--- In milanisti-indonesia@yahoogroups.com, tukang_sapu_curva_sud
<toink.stankonia@...> wrote:
>
> Menurut gw yg layak untuk menggantikan Dida di Timnas Brazil adalah
Julio
> Cesar, kiper "tetangga bodoh" ini pantas untuk menempati posisi
itu.. lihat
> saja performa dia musim ini di Serie-A
>
> *Salamtempel*
> --
> Datang paling awal pulang paling akhir
> Proud to be tukang sapu...
>
>
> [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
>

1b.

Re: The Black Panther Or The Master Penalty ????

Posted by: "Jurig Milan" gugunbl@gmail.com   gugunbl

Mon May 7, 2007 7:42 pm (PST)

On 5/7/07, Agent Of Brutality <athos_rage666@yahoo.com> wrote:
>
> Gw demen Boruc, atau Buffon. Gw gak terlalu suka dengan kiper Brazil.
> Selalu jelek pada penempatan posisi.
>
> -
>

=====================
Lo Homo ya....
demen kok ama cowok.
dasar effendi minded..

Mungkin bung Juniardi
mau ngasih masukan buat lini tengah dan depan
biar brasil banget...
Milan skarang lagi di gembar gemborkan yang membawa
citra dua negara Italia dan Brasil
Pertahanan Italian style dan Goyang samba dari tengah ke depan...

Kalo gw liat sih yang asik begini :
Buffon,
Oddo,Nesta,Bonera,Pasqualle.
Gattuso,Pirlo,Juninho
Kaka,Ronaldinho
Ronaldo...

Kaka Gugun
-----------------

--
Kaka, Seedorf, n Gilardino

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1c.

Re: The Black Panther Or The Master Penalty ????

Posted by: "Dedi.Dimyati@sunlife.com" Dedi.Dimyati@sunlife.com

Mon May 7, 2007 7:50 pm (PST)

ha..ha..ha.. pantesan kemaren abis nobar di Gillian pas naek motor sama gw
maunya pegangan perut gw aja.
kalo ketahuan bini gw bisa mampus gw thos........ :P

"Jurig Milan" <gugunbl@gmail.com> To: milanisti-indonesia@yahoogroups.com
Sent by: cc: (bcc: Dedi Dimyati/APD/SunLife)
milanisti-indonesia@yahoogroups.c Subject: Re: [Milanisti Indonesia] The Black Panther Or The Master Penalty ????
om
05/08/2007 09:42 AM
Please respond to
milanisti-indonesia


On 5/7/07, Agent Of Brutality <athos_rage666@yahoo.com> wrote:
>
> Gw demen Boruc, atau Buffon. Gw gak terlalu suka dengan kiper Brazil.
> Selalu jelek pada penempatan posisi.
>
> -
>

=====================
Lo Homo ya....
demen kok ama cowok.
dasar effendi minded..

Mungkin bung Juniardi
mau ngasih masukan buat lini tengah dan depan
biar brasil banget...
Milan skarang lagi di gembar gemborkan yang membawa
citra dua negara Italia dan Brasil
Pertahanan Italian style dan Goyang samba dari tengah ke depan...

Kalo gw liat sih yang asik begini :
Buffon,
Oddo,Nesta,Bonera,Pasqualle.
Gattuso,Pirlo,Juninho
Kaka,Ronaldinho
Ronaldo...

Kaka Gugun
-----------------

--
Kaka, Seedorf, n Gilardino

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1d.

Re: The Black Panther Or The Master Penalty ????

Posted by: "Commandos Tigre" goodlookingguy1969@gmail.com

Mon May 7, 2007 7:50 pm (PST)

Kalo versi gw sih :
Untuk kiper sama defender nya :
Fiori
Cafu-Maldini-Billy-Favalli
Striker nya :
Inzaghi

Jumlahkan umurnya dan rata-ratakan.....

Ciao

Arif Ikram

On 5/8/07, Jurig Milan <gugunbl@gmail.com> wrote:

Kalo gw liat sih yang asik begini :
Buffon,
Oddo,Nesta,Bonera,Pasqualle.
Gattuso,Pirlo,Juninho
Kaka,Ronaldinho
Ronaldo...

> .
>
>
>

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1e.

Re: The Black Panther Or The Master Penalty ????

Posted by: "Dhaman" dhaman@cni.co.id   dhaman_ok

Mon May 7, 2007 8:01 pm (PST)

buset deh...
klo menurut gue seh
untuk kiper : marco amelia
Oddo - Nesta - Bonera(mungkin musim depan dah OK) - Marek Jankulovski
Gattuso - Ambrosini
Pirlo
Kaka - Gourcuff
Gila

dah OK deh .........

Sir DHaman Junior
http://dhaman.co.nr
http://kampoeng-web.com

----- Original Message -----
From: Commandos Tigre
To: milanisti-indonesia@yahoogroups.com
Sent: Tuesday, May 08, 2007 9:48 AM
Subject: Re: [Milanisti Indonesia] The Black Panther Or The Master Penalty ????

Kalo versi gw sih :
Untuk kiper sama defender nya :
Fiori
Cafu-Maldini-Billy-Favalli
Striker nya :
Inzaghi

Jumlahkan umurnya dan rata-ratakan.....

Ciao

Arif Ikram

On 5/8/07, Jurig Milan <gugunbl@gmail.com> wrote:

Kalo gw liat sih yang asik begini :
Buffon,
Oddo,Nesta,Bonera,Pasqualle.
Gattuso,Pirlo,Juninho
Kaka,Ronaldinho
Ronaldo...

> .
>
>
>

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1f.

Re: The Black Panther Or The Master Penalty ????

Posted by: "devilito" ildho.sharon@gmail.com   ildho.sharon

Mon May 7, 2007 8:09 pm (PST)

yaa.. ga jauh beda ama elu lah wak..

FORZA PSMS !!!

On 5/8/07, Commandos Tigre <goodlookingguy1969@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> Kalo versi gw sih :
> Untuk kiper sama defender nya :
> Fiori
> Cafu-Maldini-Billy-Favalli
> Striker nya :
> Inzaghi
>
> Jumlahkan umurnya dan rata-ratakan.....
>
> Ciao
>
> Arif Ikram
>
> On 5/8/07, Jurig Milan <gugunbl@gmail.com <gugunbl%40gmail.com>> wrote:
>
> Kalo gw liat sih yang asik begini :
> Buffon,
> Oddo,Nesta,Bonera,Pasqualle.
> Gattuso,Pirlo,Juninho
> Kaka,Ronaldinho
> Ronaldo...
>
> > .
> .
>
>
>

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1g.

Re: The Black Panther Or The Master Penalty ????

Posted by: "key chenk" okie12276@gmail.com   okie12276

Mon May 7, 2007 8:32 pm (PST)

On 5/8/07, Commandos Tigre <goodlookingguy1969@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> Kalo versi gw sih :
> Untuk kiper sama defender nya :
> Fiori
> Cafu-Maldini-Billy-Favalli
> Striker nya :
> Inzaghi
>
> Jumlahkan umurnya dan rata-ratakan.....

halah wak....
dirata2 juga umurnya 40 tahun....ngga' jauh beda lah ama lu wak....
dasar kakek2 masa' tereak kakek2 juga.....

kakekakekakekakekakekakekakek

Ciao
>
> Arif Ikram
>
>
>
> On 5/8/07, Jurig Milan <gugunbl@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> Kalo gw liat sih yang asik begini :
> Buffon,
> Oddo,Nesta,Bonera,Pasqualle.
> Gattuso,Pirlo,Juninho
> Kaka,Ronaldinho
> Ronaldo...
>
>
> > .
> >
> >
> >
>
>
> [

--
* Kebutuhan tertinggi adalah AKTUALISASI, karena itu MONYET suka BERTINGKAH,
ANJING suka NYEROBOT dan BABI suka MAIN KOTOR [ Maslow ] . *

-Best Regards-

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1h.

Re: The Black Panther Or The Master Penalty ????

Posted by: "Commandos Tigre" goodlookingguy1969@gmail.com

Mon May 7, 2007 8:42 pm (PST)

Umur bole almost forty..
Tapi tereakannya dong...
Atas bawah sweet seventeeeeeeeennnn.....

Ciayyooooooo

Arif Kaka Ikram

On 5/8/07, key chenk <okie12276@gmail.com> wrote:

halah wak....
dirata2 juga umurnya 40 tahun....ngga' jauh beda lah ama lu wak....
dasar kakek2 masa' tereak kakek2 juga.....

kakekakekakekakekakekakekakek

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>
>
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2a.

Re: [Milanisti-Indonesia]Platini memberi ucapan selamat pada Milan

Posted by: "tukang_sapu_curva_sud" toink.stankonia@gmail.com   toink_stankonia

Mon May 7, 2007 9:42 am (PST)

Wah..baru baca neh...
Komen dikit ah..kata "temen" dari milis sebelah biar lebih arif dalam
memandang sepakbola

Mungkin ini "obat" sakit hati buat Italy yg gagal menjadi tuan rumah Piala
Eropa..
Nice letter Platini..:))
--
Datang paling awal pulang paling akhir
Proud to be tukang sapu...

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3a.

Costacurta Memperkuat Tim Pelatih Milan

Posted by: "Kaka" dediacmilan@yahoo.com   dediacmilan

Mon May 7, 2007 10:44 am (PST)

» Sepak Bola » Liga Italia
Senin, 07/05/2007 23:44 WIB
Costacurta Naik Pangkat
Doni Wahyudi - detikSport

Milan - Alessandro Costacurta diberi kenaikan pangkat. Seiring rencana
pensiun musim depan, bek veteran itu akan menjadi asisten Carlo
Ancelotti di kursi kepelatihan.

Costacurta yang 24 April lalu genap berusia 41 tahun memang berencana
gantung sepatu akhir musim ini. Tapi pemain yang akrab disapa Billy
itu dipastikan masih akan wara-wiri diantara pemain Milan musim depan.

Soalnya atas permintaan Ancelotti, center back dengan koleksi 59 caps
untuk tim Italia itu diminta menjadi asisten pelatih di skuad utama Milan.

"Berdasarkan saran Carlo, Costacurta akan menjadi asisten pelatih
kedua Milan bersama Mauro Tassotti," ungkap Wakil Presiden Milan,
Adriano Galliani di situs resmi Milan, Senin (7/5/2007).

Costacurta bukan satu-satunya pemain yang bakal menjadi staff Milan
musim depan. Gelandang yang sempat membela Milan di musim 1997-2001
dan 2002-2003, Leonardo, juga akan berada di barisan belakang layar
Rossoneri. Pria Brasil itu tak akan menjadi staff pelatih, ia akan
berada di susunan manajemen Milan.

Costacurta memulai karirnya di Milan tahun 1985. Sempat dipinjamkan ke
Monza musim 1986-87, pemain kelahiran Varese itu kemudian menjadi
kunci pertahanan Milan -- bersama Paolo Maldini -- saat merengkuh dua
gelar Liga Champions tahun 1988-89 dan 1989-90.

Kini ia sudah menymbang tujuh Scudetto buat Milan dan empat tropi Liga
Champions. Akhir musim 2004/2005 Billy sebenarnya sempat mengutarakan
niatnya untuk pensiun, namun kemudian ia menerima tawaran kontrak baru
dan akhirnya bertahan hingga musim ini. Pada 21 November 2006 lalu ia
menjadi pemain tertua di Liga Champions saat Milan ditaklukkan AEK
Athens 0-1, saat itu Billy berusia 40 dan 211 hari. (din/ian)

3b.

Re: Costacurta Memperkuat Tim Pelatih Milan

Posted by: "Jurig Milan" gugunbl@gmail.com   gugunbl

Mon May 7, 2007 7:47 pm (PST)

n 5/8/07, Kaka <dediacmilan@yahoo.com> wrote:
>
> »---------------------cut----------------------kan
>
> Costacurta memulai karirnya di Milan tahun 1985. Sempat dipinjamkan ke
> Monza musim 1986-87, pemain kelahiran Varese itu kemudian menjadi
> kunci pertahanan Milan -- bersama Paolo Maldini -- saat merengkuh dua
> gelar Liga Champions tahun 1988-89 dan 1989-90.
>
> Kini ia sudah menymbang tujuh Scudetto buat Milan dan empat tropi Liga
> Champions. Akhir musim 2004/2005 Billy sebenarnya sempat mengutarakan
> niatnya untuk pensiun, namun kemudian ia menerima tawaran kontrak baru
> dan akhirnya bertahan hingga musim ini. Pada 21 November 2006 lalu ia
> menjadi pemain tertua di Liga Champions saat Milan ditaklukkan AEK
> Athens 0-1, saat itu Billy berusia 40 dan 211 hari. (din/ian)
>

=====================
Inilah Milan yang selalau menghargai pemain dan mantan pemain
kesempatan mereka untuk menjadi bagian dari keluarga besar Milan.

Tapi kira2 sudah pantes gak, kalo no punggung 5 uncle Billy
di pensiunkan. mengikuti jejak no punggung 6 nya Baresi...????

bukan kayanya lagi..
tapi memang PANTAS...!!!!

Kaka Gugun
----------------

--
Kaka, Seedorf, n Gilardino

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3c.

Re: Costacurta Memperkuat Tim Pelatih Milan

Posted by: "tukang_sapu_curva_sud" toink.stankonia@gmail.com   toink_stankonia

Mon May 7, 2007 7:58 pm (PST)

Gak usah dipermanenkan tuh no.. ntar lama2 Seedorf pengen no 10 diabadikan,
belum lagi no.3, Gattuso no.8.. halah lama2 pemain Milan pake no 33, 34, 35
.. basket kale.. :))

anyway, 41 tahun adalah umur yang luarbiasa bagi pemain sepakbola ( gila aja
kalo di Indonesia udah tinggal duduk manis minum kopi ).. salut buat Om
Billy.. moga pertahanan Milan jadi lebih baik..
Thohir Billy Costacurta
--
Datang paling awal pulang paling akhir
Proud to be tukang sapu...

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4.

Gagal Gaet Ronaldinho, Milan Pindah ke Eto'o

Posted by: "Kaka" dediacmilan@yahoo.com   dediacmilan

Mon May 7, 2007 10:44 am (PST)

Zona Italia
www.zonabola.com - Senin, 7 Mei 2007, 21:50
Gagal Gaet Ronaldinho, Milan Pindah ke Eto'o

Setelah tidak berhasil mendekati Ronaldinho. Kini, AC Milan dikabarkan
mengubah haluan dengan menggaet striker Barcelona lainnya Samuel
Eto'o. Berita itu sedang ramai di bicarakan media Italia.

Rossoneri memang telah menyatakan ketertarikannya dengan Ronaldinho,
saat Presiden Silvio Berlusconi mengungkapkan mimpinya mendatangkan
Ronaldinho ke San siro. Tapi, seperti dilansir La Gazetta dello Sport,
yang percaya bahwa Milan mempunyai target lain

Pembicaraan mengenai spekulasi Ronaldinho dengan saudara `Dinho' dan
agen Roberto Assis tidak membawa hasil yang konkrit dan Milan tidak
ingin berkompromi membina hubungan baik antara dua klub.

Eto'o bisa meninggalkan Nou Camp di akhir musim mendatang, setelah
banyak kabar beredar ada pertengkaran diantara dia, Ronaldinho dan
pelatih Frank Rijkaard. Namun, hal itu dibantah Eto'o.

Milan mungkin sekarang mencoba memanfaatkan situasi itu. Apalagi,
pelatih Milan Carlo Ancelotti merupakan penggemar berat striker timnas
Kamerun itu. Ancelotti percaya Eto'o bisa beradaptasi dengan baik
strategi Ancelotti.

Jika, Milan inggin menggaet bomber berusia 26 than itu, maka
Berlusconi harus rela menrogoh paling sedikit 28 juta pounds, dengan
gaji 2,8 juta pounds pertahun. Selain Milan, Eto'o juga dilaporkan
menjadi incaran Liverpool dan Arsenal. Bahkan, menurut dugaan
sementara Eto'o akan di barter dengan Thierry Henry.


5a.

Re: milan oh milan

Posted by: "Mohammad Hilman Taofani" taofani@gmail.com

Mon May 7, 2007 7:27 pm (PST)

Udah di-confirm kan yak, tadi pagi baca running text-nya Lensa Olahraga kalo
Billy jadi asisten pelatih mulai musim depan. Yang mungkin memperpanjang
malah Paolo tuh kalo Milan juara, dia masi pengen tampil terakhir kalinya di
Super Cup sama Interkontinental.

Jadi siap-siap nerima "kecaman" lagi di milis.

Regards

On 5/7/07, Juniardi Putra <ardix4@yahoo.com> wrote:
>
>
>
> destya_666 <destya_666@yahoo.com <destya_666%40yahoo.com>> wrote:
> **************************************CUTNECH*********************
> RM ~ Wekekekeke.. asli ngakak komentar mbak destya.. ane ga mao komen
> banyak tentang Milan.. termasuk perpanjangan Cafu.. mungkin Costacurta akan
> menyusul.. Dukung Penuh Skuadra Milan Gelar Ke 7 !!!!.. Dukung Reshuffle
> Kabinet IB !!!! Alhamdulillah uda terpilih.. dan Tuntaskan Dendam Di Athena
> !!!!.. Banzzaaiiiii Pools !!!!.. Forza Milan !!!!
>
>
>
>
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My [not so sweet] Blog:
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5b.

Re: milan oh milan

Posted by: "Don Rudy" rudy.milano@gmail.com

Mon May 7, 2007 7:57 pm (PST)

On 5/8/07, Mohammad Hilman Taofani <taofani@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> Udah di-confirm kan yak, tadi pagi baca running text-nya Lensa Olahraga
> kalo
> Billy jadi asisten pelatih mulai musim depan. Yang mungkin memperpanjang
> malah Paolo tuh kalo Milan juara, dia masi pengen tampil terakhir kalinya
> di
> Super Cup sama Interkontinental.
>
> Jadi siap-siap nerima "kecaman" lagi di milis.
>
> Regards
>
>

[rudy]
Kecaman? apa maksudnya nich...
Saya termasuk Milanista yang masih pengen liat Maldini maen, klo ada kecaman
untuk Maldini...saya pasti pertanyakan satu hal, "Anda kenal Milan ga sich?"
Maldini ga maen bukan jaminan kesuksesan Milan, begitu juga
sebaliknya...jadi, lebih baik Maldini maen.
[/rudy]

--
Cavaliere
AC Milan atau tidak sama sekal!
FORZA INDONESIA >> Tak pernah berhenti berharap Indonesia bisa tampil di
Piala Dunia.

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5c.

Re: milan oh milan

Posted by: "Mohammad Hilman Taofani" taofani@gmail.com

Mon May 7, 2007 8:03 pm (PST)

Yah biasanya kan di sini lahan paling pas tentang "kecaman" kalo Milan
memperpanjang kontrak pemain tua...hehehe.

On 5/8/07, Don Rudy <rudy.milano@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> [rudy]
> Kecaman? apa maksudnya nich...
> Saya termasuk Milanista yang masih pengen liat Maldini maen, klo ada
> kecaman
> untuk Maldini...saya pasti pertanyakan satu hal, "Anda kenal Milan ga
> sich?"
> Maldini ga maen bukan jaminan kesuksesan Milan, begitu juga
> sebaliknya...jadi, lebih baik Maldini maen.
> [/rudy]
>
> --
> Cavaliere
> AC Milan atau tidak sama sekal!
> FORZA INDONESIA >> Tak pernah berhenti berharap Indonesia bisa tampil di
> Piala Dunia.
>
> [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
>
>
>

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My [not so sweet] Blog:
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6.

Kaka', Calon Terbaik (vote for Kaka')

Posted by: "andri susanto" sephiamat@yahoo.com   sephiamat

Mon May 7, 2007 7:37 pm (PST)

Dengan 10 gol yang sudah diciptakannya, Kaka sangat dijagokan bakal menyabet gelar pemain terbaik di akhir musim nanti.

Tanda-tandanya semakin jelas setelah UEFA mengumumkan 10 kandidat pemain terbaik, yang akan dipilih oleh fan. Nama Kaka ada dalam daftar 10 pemain itu.

Fan yang ingin memberikan suara bisa mengakses situs resmi UEFA di www.uefa.com/fanzone/pots/index.html.

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7a.

The World's Top Ten Creative Players

Posted by: "Don Rudy" rudy.milano@gmail.com

Mon May 7, 2007 8:30 pm (PST)

Kaka numero uno

08/05/2007 2.41 >> goal.com
The World's Top Ten Creative Players Mirror mirror on the wall - who's the
most creative of them all?

After a lot of brain-racking, Joshua Noble has managed to nail down the top
ten creative talents in world football at the moment, players who have that
magical eye, and that magical foot to back it up!

There are some special abilities that we are trying to appreciate here: the
ability to play that pass we can only picture inside our heads; to bring the
crowd to the edge of their seats, uncertain of what they are going to
deliver next. These are the players the beautiful game craves for. These are
the exponents football thrives on.

1. Kaka – AC Milan

The semi-final tie between Manchester United and Milan was labelled the
clash of the two best players in the world, Ronaldo and Kaka. This year it
has been hard to separate these two devastating talents but over two legs,
it was clear that one was there, while the other had some distance to go.
After Shevchenko's departure to West London, Milan looked to Kaka to guide
the allegedly ageing Rossoneri. And he has done just that! After AC Milan's
point deduction the team in red and black's season was in danger. But Kaka
has been able to shed some light on a relatively dark Milan side.

Despite their recent success, he has papered over quite a few short-comings,
and any half-honest Milan fan will agree. Their season's form had been up
and down as they raced towards clinching fourth place in Serie A. Thanks to
his goals (mostly solo efforts) and assists, Milan have battled through the
Champions League, and find themselves with a great chance of making it seven
European Cups. You know that if Kaka is on form, there is surely only one
winner. Ballon d'Or, here he comes!

2. Cristiano Ronaldo – Manchester United

After becoming the 1st man since Andy Gray to win the PFA double, Ronaldo is
on his way to taking Manchester United and Portugal to a new level. In 2003
Sir Alex Ferguson signed Ronaldo for £12.24 million, an expensive evaluation
but boy did it pay off for the Manchester United manager! On the opening day
of the season, Manchester United entertained a physical Bolton side. Ronaldo
came on as an early sub., but was still able to cope with the quick physical
side of the English game. Come the end, he was named man of the match. After
a good season for the Red Devils, he was called up for the Euro 2004
Portugal squad. As Ronaldo played alongside Figo, it was obvious he was
going to replace him as Portugal's standout player. Unfortunately for
Ronaldo his tricks could not stop underdogs Greece lifting the trophy in
Lisbon, beating Portugal twice on the way. Ronaldo returned the next season,
and so did his plaudits.

He was able to keep a lid on his fashionable tricks, but still produced them
at the right times. Every season Ronaldo has become more consistent but none
more than this one. After an ugly world cup, Ronaldo's reputation was
crumbling as many believed that his 'cheating' resulted in England's exit.
Clearly unsettled and fearing for his life, Ronaldo's representatives tried
to engineer a move for the stepover superhero. Ronaldo was not short of
suiters. Real Madrid, Valencia and other giants of the game lined up for the
winger's signature, but the move failed as Sir Alex Ferguson stamped down on
it. He returned to England, booed at every stadium he visited initially. But
it appeared as though those boos inspried him. He had shown that he had the
mental strength to thrive in the most hostile of situations. He has scored
22 goals for the Red Devils, which is quite an incredible record for a
midfielder. Signed as Beckham's heir, he brings class, goals and assists in
plenty. Real Madrid were supposedly lining up a £50 million bid for the
Manchester United winger. That went into the bin as he signed a new deal
with the now Premiership champions. Lucky United!

3. Ronaldinho – Barcelona

Although Lionel Messi has been drawing the plaudits of late, Ronaldinho
remains the key figure for Barcelona. In 2006 big things were expected of
the Brazilian international, but he failed to deliver on the showpiece
stage. His Brazilian side were tipped by many to regain the World Cup in
Berlin, but a combination of poor coaching and little teamwork cost them
their chance to reach their 2002 heights. Many were starting to wonder, if
Ronaldinho really was the best player in the world! Could he deliver on the
big stage (he had just won the La Liga and Champions League double, mind
you)?

The answer, still, was a firm yes. Although Barcelona's success this season
has been very average, Ronaldinho has stepped up in Samuel Etoo's absence,
leading Barcelona this season with 17 goals. What really lights up the Nou
Camp is when Ronaldinho runs at people sending them one way while he goes
the other, or looking one way and passing the other. His fantastic scoring
ability, beautiful ball skills and ever improving teamwork just about
complete him. In an average season by his standards, he has scored over 20
goals and created numerous others. Remember, form is temporary, but class is
permanent.

4. Lionel Messi - Barcelona

What's left to say about 'little Maradona'? His claim to fame was a superb
pre-season friendly against Juventus almost two years ago, when he
mesmerised Fabio Capello into asking for a loan move. Then, he dazzled at
the Bernabeu on that night that saw Ronaldinho earn a standing ovation. Of
course, the hat-trick against Real Madrid earlier this year means that he
will not be forgotten at the White House for quite some time. After a
stunning goal against Getafe that freshened memories of Maradona's goal
against England, the Barcelona number 19 looka as he though he may just be
starting to live up to Diego Maradona's legendery status.

In a team packed with talents such as Iniesta, Fabregas, Messi had been able
to outshine the Catalan pack in the Barcelona B side. Believed to be the
next star of world football, Messi's release clause is not cheap. Massimo
Moratti expressed his interest in making the Argentine whiz kid an Inter
Milan player. But his bid came to an unsurprising ending as he could not
match Messi's €150 million buy out clause. Of course, Messi himself was
unwilling to make the switch to the San Siro. At the age of eleven, he had
been diagnosed with growth hormone deficiency. However this did not halt
Messi's blistering progress as Barcelona paid for his expensive medication,
and made sure he had the best of the facilities. Now, he wants to faithfully
play his dues to the Catalan giants.

5. Cesc Fabregas – Arsenal

Another one of Wenger's gems. The Catalan kid arrived at Arsenal in January
of 2003 after capturing the Adidas Golden Boot and Golden ball (best player)
at the Fifa U-17 World Championship where Spain finished 2nd to a
star-studded Brazilian line-up. Fabregas debuted for the Gunners against
Rotherham United at the age of 16 and 177 day. Soon after Cesc made himself
Arsenal's youngest ever goalscorer, converting with an easy tap in against
Wolves in a 5-1 victory over the Midlands club. After Patrick Viera's sudden
departure from Highbury, Cesc quickly made himself a first team regular.
With strong performances against Real Madrid and Juventus, Cesc put himself
on the radar for many of Europe's elite. But he wasn't going to go that
easily. Although Fabregas has never been a consistent goalscorer, his
excellent vision and defence splitting 'through balls' make him an
indispensable player for both club and country.

6. Francesco Totti – AS Roma

With 21 goals in 30 games, Totti is a vital member of an inexperienced Roma
side. The Olimpico is blessed with Totti's class whenever he pulls on the
their jersey. Being Roma fan himself, fans have been able to appreciate
Totti more, knowing that whenever he plays, he will do so with his heart,
and give one hundred percent. He is one of Roma's most recognised players
ever. Despite being linked with the likes of Real Madrid and Milan in the
past, Totti has chosen to commit himself to Roma. Totti plays just behind
the strikers or in a role known as the trequartistaa, a compromise between
the two positions, where the player acts as a link between midfield and
attack. His wicked free kicks, consistent passing, and overall team play
make him worthy of this spot.

7. Xavi Hernandez - Barcelona

After growing up in Terrasa, Catalonia, Barcelona was always going to be
close to Xavi's heart. Or was it? Hernandez family were die-hard Espanyol
supporters, but this did not block his path through Barcelona. Xavi was a
rare talent. His pass selection and maturity were far beyond his years. His
talent, Barcelona could not refuse, and his passage through to the 1st team
was quick and succesful. Hernandez was the key player in the Barcelona B
side which won promotion to the Spanish Segunda league. After shining for
the youths he was given his debut under the legendary Louis Van Gaal in 1998
. He grasped his opportunity with both hands and quickly made himself a key
player at the Camp Nou.

After learning from the likes of Guardiola, Xavi has become an even better
player, and is the unsung hero that makes Barcelona really tick. Well, not
quite under-rated, as any coach or tactical pundit is quick to acknowledge
his efforts. Rafa Benitez himself put it best, surprising the press by
saying that stopping Xavi, not Ronaldinho, Deco or Eto'o, was the key to
making Barcelona look ordinary. His uncomplicated style, an incredible
number of completed passes, and the ability to thread that perfect ball
through make him one of the bery best.

8. Diego – Werder Breman

After signing for one of the most successful youth systems in Brazil, Diego
was destined to be a star. He debuted for Santos at the tender age of 16,
and scouts from across Europe quickly became aware of Diego's potential. He
starred alongside best friend Robinho in the Campeonato Brasileiro and the
Copa Libertadores. Robinho left for Madrid, and he headed for Porto. He
blessed the Dragao with his ability to use either foot, his goals, and
important assists. But after scoring the winner against Chelsea in the
Champions League, the goals and the games dried up for Diego.

Werder Berman were quick to snap up the Brazilian playmaker; he signed for
Thomas Schaaf's title challengers in the summer of 2006. Not everyone was
convinced that he was capable of filling the void left by Johan Micoud, but
he silenced his critics with a great performance against Hannover 96 as he
collected 1 goal and 2 assists. He capped off the month by winning the
Bundesliga player of the month award. Fans now are in awe of Diego, and feel
that his valuable through balls for Miroslav Klose are one of the reasons
why Werder are performing so well in the Bundesliga (despite some recent
disappointments). No wonder Inter are keeping a close eye on the Brazilian.

9. Ricardo Quaresma – Porto

Many predicted that "Mustang" was a potential star of the future. The man to
fill Luis Figo's boots once his legendry career had drawn to a close. He was
on his way to following Figo's career as he moved from Sporting Lisbon to
Barcelona for a fee of €6,000,000. Ironically Luis Figo made the same move
at the same stage of his career. Unfortunatley for Ricardo his stint at
Barca did not evolve as he would have liked.

After a dire stay at the Nou Camp, Quaresma was used in a make-weight deal
for Porto's Deco and became an instant fan favourite at the Estádio do
Dragão. Fans became drawn in by his sizzling skills, wide range of passing
and his unique outside of foot curling shots. These traits insure that
Quaresma will not be plying his trade in Portugal for much longer.

10. Juninho - Lyon

One of the most consistent players in European Football, at the grand age of
30, Juninho may not have the pace of other players in Europe, but he
certainly has the skill. Juninho is a useful addition to a successful Lyon
side. His ability to get the play moving, combined with his audacious free
kicks makes him a force to be reckoned with in European Football.

--
Cavaliere
AC Milan atau tidak sama sekal!
FORZA INDONESIA >> Tak pernah berhenti berharap Indonesia bisa tampil di
Piala Dunia.

[Non-text portions of this message have been removed]

7b.

Re: The World's Top Ten Creative Players

Posted by: "Don Rudy" rudy.milano@gmail.com

Mon May 7, 2007 8:39 pm (PST)

El Guapo Juanito, Kanada 08/05/2007 3.59
Mr. Noble - Where is Andrea Pirlo on your list? Pinpoint passing, graceful
corner kicks, precise free kicks. In the last 2 years, many goals by both AC
Milan and Gli Azzurri (ITALIA) have been the result of Pirlo's creativity.
Check out the World Cup 2006 semi-final for starters! Viva Italia! Forza
Azzurri - campione del mondo! Forza Milan - campione d'europa!

[rudy]
Hiii bener banget, kok Pirlo ga ada...kacamata kudanya dilepas dulu dong
sebelum nulis article
[/rudy]

On 5/8/07, Don Rudy <rudy.milano@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> Kaka numero uno
>
> 08/05/2007 2.41 >> goal.com
> The World's Top Ten Creative Players Mirror mirror on the wall - who's
> the most creative of them all?
>
> After a lot of brain-racking, Joshua Noble has managed to nail down the
> top ten creative talents in world football at the moment, players who have
> that magical eye, and that magical foot to back it up!
>
> There are some special abilities that we are trying to appreciate here:
> the ability to play that pass we can only picture inside our heads; to bring
> the crowd to the edge of their seats, uncertain of what they are going to
> deliver next. These are the players the beautiful game craves for. These are
> the exponents football thrives on.
>
> 1. Kaka – AC Milan
>
> The semi-final tie between Manchester United and Milan was labelled the
> clash of the two best players in the world, Ronaldo and Kaka. This year it
> has been hard to separate these two devastating talents but over two legs,
> it was clear that one was there, while the other had some distance to go.
> After Shevchenko's departure to West London, Milan looked to Kaka to guide
> the allegedly ageing Rossoneri. And he has done just that! After AC Milan's
> point deduction the team in red and black's season was in danger. But Kaka
> has been able to shed some light on a relatively dark Milan side.
>
> Despite their recent success, he has papered over quite a few
> short-comings, and any half-honest Milan fan will agree. Their season's form
> had been up and down as they raced towards clinching fourth place in Serie
> A. Thanks to his goals (mostly solo efforts) and assists, Milan have battled
> through the Champions League, and find themselves with a great chance of
> making it seven European Cups. You know that if Kaka is on form, there is
> surely only one winner. Ballon d'Or, here he comes!
>
> 2. Cristiano Ronaldo – Manchester United
>
> After becoming the 1st man since Andy Gray to win the PFA double, Ronaldo
> is on his way to taking Manchester United and Portugal to a new level. In
> 2003 Sir Alex Ferguson signed Ronaldo for £12.24 million, an expensive
> evaluation but boy did it pay off for the Manchester United manager! On the
> opening day of the season, Manchester United entertained a physical Bolton
> side. Ronaldo came on as an early sub., but was still able to cope with the
> quick physical side of the English game. Come the end, he was named man of
> the match. After a good season for the Red Devils, he was called up for the
> Euro 2004 Portugal squad. As Ronaldo played alongside Figo, it was obvious
> he was going to replace him as Portugal's standout player. Unfortunately for
> Ronaldo his tricks could not stop underdogs Greece lifting the trophy in
> Lisbon, beating Portugal twice on the way. Ronaldo returned the next season,
> and so did his plaudits.
>
> He was able to keep a lid on his fashionable tricks, but still produced
> them at the right times. Every season Ronaldo has become more consistent but
> none more than this one. After an ugly world cup, Ronaldo's reputation was
> crumbling as many believed that his 'cheating' resulted in England's exit.
> Clearly unsettled and fearing for his life, Ronaldo's representatives tried
> to engineer a move for the stepover superhero. Ronaldo was not short of
> suiters. Real Madrid, Valencia and other giants of the game lined up for the
> winger's signature, but the move failed as Sir Alex Ferguson stamped down on
> it. He returned to England, booed at every stadium he visited initially. But
> it appeared as though those boos inspried him. He had shown that he had the
> mental strength to thrive in the most hostile of situations. He has scored
> 22 goals for the Red Devils, which is quite an incredible record for a
> midfielder. Signed as Beckham's heir, he brings class, goals and assists in
> plenty. Real Madrid were supposedly lining up a £50 million bid for the
> Manchester United winger. That went into the bin as he signed a new deal
> with the now Premiership champions. Lucky United!
>
> 3. Ronaldinho – Barcelona
>
> Although Lionel Messi has been drawing the plaudits of late, Ronaldinho
> remains the key figure for Barcelona. In 2006 big things were expected of
> the Brazilian international, but he failed to deliver on the showpiece
> stage. His Brazilian side were tipped by many to regain the World Cup in
> Berlin, but a combination of poor coaching and little teamwork cost them
> their chance to reach their 2002 heights. Many were starting to wonder, if
> Ronaldinho really was the best player in the world! Could he deliver on the
> big stage (he had just won the La Liga and Champions League double, mind
> you)?
>
> The answer, still, was a firm yes. Although Barcelona's success this
> season has been very average, Ronaldinho has stepped up in Samuel Etoo's
> absence, leading Barcelona this season with 17 goals. What really lights up
> the Nou Camp is when Ronaldinho runs at people sending them one way while he
> goes the other, or looking one way and passing the other. His fantastic
> scoring ability, beautiful ball skills and ever improving teamwork just
> about complete him. In an average season by his standards, he has scored
> over 20 goals and created numerous others. Remember, form is temporary, but
> class is permanent.
>
> 4. Lionel Messi - Barcelona
>
> What's left to say about 'little Maradona'? His claim to fame was a superb
> pre-season friendly against Juventus almost two years ago, when he
> mesmerised Fabio Capello into asking for a loan move. Then, he dazzled at
> the Bernabeu on that night that saw Ronaldinho earn a standing ovation. Of
> course, the hat-trick against Real Madrid earlier this year means that he
> will not be forgotten at the White House for quite some time. After a
> stunning goal against Getafe that freshened memories of Maradona's goal
> against England, the Barcelona number 19 looka as he though he may just be
> starting to live up to Diego Maradona's legendery status.
>
> In a team packed with talents such as Iniesta, Fabregas, Messi had been
> able to outshine the Catalan pack in the Barcelona B side. Believed to be
> the next star of world football, Messi's release clause is not cheap.
> Massimo Moratti expressed his interest in making the Argentine whiz kid an
> Inter Milan player. But his bid came to an unsurprising ending as he could
> not match Messi's €150 million buy out clause. Of course, Messi himself was
> unwilling to make the switch to the San Siro. At the age of eleven, he had
> been diagnosed with growth hormone deficiency. However this did not halt
> Messi's blistering progress as Barcelona paid for his expensive medication,
> and made sure he had the best of the facilities. Now, he wants to faithfully
> play his dues to the Catalan giants.
>
>
> 5. Cesc Fabregas – Arsenal
>
> Another one of Wenger's gems. The Catalan kid arrived at Arsenal in
> January of 2003 after capturing the Adidas Golden Boot and Golden ball (best
> player) at the Fifa U-17 World Championship where Spain finished 2nd to a
> star-studded Brazilian line-up. Fabregas debuted for the Gunners against
> Rotherham United at the age of 16 and 177 day. Soon after Cesc made himself
> Arsenal's youngest ever goalscorer, converting with an easy tap in against
> Wolves in a 5-1 victory over the Midlands club. After Patrick Viera's sudden
> departure from Highbury, Cesc quickly made himself a first team regular.
> With strong performances against Real Madrid and Juventus, Cesc put himself
> on the radar for many of Europe's elite. But he wasn't going to go that
> easily. Although Fabregas has never been a consistent goalscorer, his
> excellent vision and defence splitting 'through balls' make him an
> indispensable player for both club and country.
>
> 6. Francesco Totti – AS Roma
>
> With 21 goals in 30 games, Totti is a vital member of an inexperienced
> Roma side. The Olimpico is blessed with Totti's class whenever he pulls on
> the their jersey. Being Roma fan himself, fans have been able to appreciate
> Totti more, knowing that whenever he plays, he will do so with his heart,
> and give one hundred percent. He is one of Roma's most recognised players
> ever. Despite being linked with the likes of Real Madrid and Milan in the
> past, Totti has chosen to commit himself to Roma. Totti plays just behind
> the strikers or in a role known as the trequartistaa, a compromise between
> the two positions, where the player acts as a link between midfield and
> attack. His wicked free kicks, consistent passing, and overall team play
> make him worthy of this spot.
>
> 7. Xavi Hernandez - Barcelona
>
> After growing up in Terrasa, Catalonia, Barcelona was always going to be
> close to Xavi's heart. Or was it? Hernandez family were die-hard Espanyol
> supporters, but this did not block his path through Barcelona. Xavi was a
> rare talent. His pass selection and maturity were far beyond his years. His
> talent, Barcelona could not refuse, and his passage through to the 1st team
> was quick and succesful. Hernandez was the key player in the Barcelona B
> side which won promotion to the Spanish Segunda league. After shining for
> the youths he was given his debut under the legendary Louis Van Gaal in 1998
> . He grasped his opportunity with both hands and quickly made himself a key
> player at the Camp Nou.
>
> After learning from the likes of Guardiola, Xavi has become an even better
> player, and is the unsung hero that makes Barcelona really tick. Well, not
> quite under-rated, as any coach or tactical pundit is quick to acknowledge
> his efforts. Rafa Benitez himself put it best, surprising the press by
> saying that stopping Xavi, not Ronaldinho, Deco or Eto'o, was the key to
> making Barcelona look ordinary. His uncomplicated style, an incredible
> number of completed passes, and the ability to thread that perfect ball
> through make him one of the bery best.
>
> 8. Diego – Werder Breman
>
> After signing for one of the most successful youth systems in Brazil,
> Diego was destined to be a star. He debuted for Santos at the tender age of
> 16, and scouts from across Europe quickly became aware of Diego's potential.
> He starred alongside best friend Robinho in the Campeonato Brasileiro and
> the Copa Libertadores. Robinho left for Madrid, and he headed for Porto. He
> blessed the Dragao with his ability to use either foot, his goals, and
> important assists. But after scoring the winner against Chelsea in the
> Champions League, the goals and the games dried up for Diego.
>
> Werder Berman were quick to snap up the Brazilian playmaker; he signed for
> Thomas Schaaf's title challengers in the summer of 2006. Not everyone was
> convinced that he was capable of filling the void left by Johan Micoud, but
> he silenced his critics with a great performance against Hannover 96 as he
> collected 1 goal and 2 assists. He capped off the month by winning the
> Bundesliga player of the month award. Fans now are in awe of Diego, and feel
> that his valuable through balls for Miroslav Klose are one of the reasons
> why Werder are performing so well in the Bundesliga (despite some recent
> disappointments). No wonder Inter are keeping a close eye on the Brazilian.
>
> 9. Ricardo Quaresma – Porto
>
> Many predicted that "Mustang" was a potential star of the future. The man
> to fill Luis Figo's boots once his legendry career had drawn to a close. He
> was on his way to following Figo's career as he moved from Sporting Lisbon
> to Barcelona for a fee of €6,000,000. Ironically Luis Figo made the same
> move at the same stage of his career. Unfortunatley for Ricardo his stint at
> Barca did not evolve as he would have liked.
>
> After a dire stay at the Nou Camp, Quaresma was used in a make-weight deal
> for Porto's Deco and became an instant fan favourite at the Estádio do
> Dragão. Fans became drawn in by his sizzling skills, wide range of passing
> and his unique outside of foot curling shots. These traits insure that
> Quaresma will not be plying his trade in Portugal for much longer.
>
> 10. Juninho - Lyon
>
> One of the most consistent players in European Football, at the grand age
> of 30, Juninho may not have the pace of other players in Europe, but he
> certainly has the skill. Juninho is a useful addition to a successful Lyon
> side. His ability to get the play moving, combined with his audacious free
> kicks makes him a force to be reckoned with in European Football.
>
>
> --
Cavaliere
AC Milan atau tidak sama sekal!
FORZA INDONESIA >> Tak pernah berhenti berharap Indonesia bisa tampil di
Piala Dunia.

[Non-text portions of this message have been removed]

7c.

Re: [Milanisti-Indonesia]The World's Top Ten Creative Players

Posted by: "Commandos Tigre" goodlookingguy1969@gmail.com

Mon May 7, 2007 8:48 pm (PST)

Naaahhhhh gw demen banget neh sama pemain ini...
Secara tiap minggu gw kebetulan liat Bundesliga di Vision1 pemain ini bener2
menarik perhatian gw banget..
Boleh dahhh...
Kalo gw punya duit gw beli juga nih orang...

Ciao

Arif Galliani Milan

On 5/8/07, Don Rudy <rudy.milano@gmail.com> wrote:

8. Diego – Werder Breman
>
> After signing for one of the most successful youth systems in Brazil,
> Diego
> was destined to be a star. He debuted for Santos at the tender age of 16,
> and scouts from across Europe quickly became aware of Diego's potential.
> He
> starred alongside best friend Robinho in the Campeonato Brasileiro and the
> Copa Libertadores. Robinho left for Madrid, and he headed for Porto. He
> blessed the Dragao with his ability to use either foot, his goals, and
> important assists. But after scoring the winner against Chelsea in the
> Champions League, the goals and the games dried up for Diego.
>
> Werder Berman were quick to snap up the Brazilian playmaker; he signed for
> Thomas Schaaf's title challengers in the summer of 2006. Not everyone was
> convinced that he was capable of filling the void left by Johan Micoud,
> but
> he silenced his critics with a great performance against Hannover 96 as he
> collected 1 goal and 2 assists. He capped off the month by winning the
> Bundesliga player of the month award. Fans now are in awe of Diego, and
> feel
> that his valuable through balls for Miroslav Klose are one of the reasons
> why Werder are performing so well in the Bundesliga (despite some recent
> disappointments). No wonder Inter are keeping a close eye on the
> Brazilian.
>
>

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7d.

Re: [Milanisti-Indonesia]The World's Top Ten Creative Players

Posted by: "Shadowfax" ds_shadowfax@yahoo.com.sg   ds_shadowfax

Mon May 7, 2007 8:59 pm (PST)

Yup ... where's Pirlo ... ?
Waktu baca dari no 1 dan no 2 gw dah kebayang dan masukin Pirlo sebagai
salah satu dari 10 besar itu. Pas sampai no 10, gw heran nama Pirlo sama
sekali gak tersentuh, aneh !
Dengan magic dribbling dan tendangan silumannya agak gak masuk akal kalo
Pirlo gak masuk.
Masak sih Pirlo lebih jelek dari Quaresma ataupun Fabregas? Masak sih? Di
Piala Dunia aja dia no. 3 terbaik dengan magico calcio-nya.
Dasar gak jelas, pake kacamata apa ya? Untuk no 1 dan 2 okelah, memang gak
usah diganggu gugat.
Apakah karena ingin menyertakan masing-masing 1 pemain dari tiap klub? Gak
juga, Barcelona ada berapa tuh ...
Hehehe, udahlah, liatnya pake kacamata dia sendiri kok ... lagian siapa
joshua noble itu? Gak kenal ... sama aja kayak si anu atau si inu di milis
ini komentar, kadang kan suka aneh ...

Delfiar

----- Original Message -----
From: "Don Rudy" <rudy.milano@gmail.com>
To: <milanisti-indonesia@yahoogroups.com>
Sent: Tuesday, May 08, 2007 10:33 AM
Subject: [Milanisti Indonesia] Re: [Milanisti-Indonesia]The World's Top Ten
Creative Players

El Guapo Juanito, Kanada 08/05/2007 3.59
Mr. Noble - Where is Andrea Pirlo on your list? Pinpoint passing, graceful
corner kicks, precise free kicks. In the last 2 years, many goals by both AC
Milan and Gli Azzurri (ITALIA) have been the result of Pirlo's creativity.
Check out the World Cup 2006 semi-final for starters! Viva Italia! Forza
Azzurri - campione del mondo! Forza Milan - campione d'europa!

[rudy]
Hiii bener banget, kok Pirlo ga ada...kacamata kudanya dilepas dulu dong
sebelum nulis article
[/rudy]

On 5/8/07, Don Rudy <rudy.milano@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> Kaka numero uno
>
> 08/05/2007 2.41 >> goal.com
> The World's Top Ten Creative Players Mirror mirror on the wall - who's
> the most creative of them all?
>
> After a lot of brain-racking, Joshua Noble has managed to nail down the
> top ten creative talents in world football at the moment, players who have
> that magical eye, and that magical foot to back it up!
>
> There are some special abilities that we are trying to appreciate here:
> the ability to play that pass we can only picture inside our heads; to
bring
> the crowd to the edge of their seats, uncertain of what they are going to
> deliver next. These are the players the beautiful game craves for. These
are
> the exponents football thrives on.
>
> 1. Kaka - AC Milan
> 2. Cristiano Ronaldo - Manchester United
> 3. Ronaldinho - Barcelona
> 4. Lionel Messi - Barcelona
> 5. Cesc Fabregas - Arsenal
> 6. Francesco Totti - AS Roma
> 7. Xavi Hernandez - Barcelona
> 8. Diego - Werder Breman
> 9. Ricardo Quaresma - Porto
> 10. Juninho - Lyon
> --
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8a.

Countdown To Revenge (H-16)

Posted by: "Commandos Tigre" goodlookingguy1969@gmail.com

Mon May 7, 2007 8:39 pm (PST)

Masih dua mingguan lebih nehh....
Milan bakal pemanasan 2 kali sebelum ke Athena.
Hari Minggu besok (13 Mei) lawan Catania, main di Bologna tanpa penonton.

Disini gw pikir Don Carlo bakal mainin formasi terbaik, untuk antisipasi
hasil terbaik supaya bisa save di 4 besar. Memang saat ini agak jauh dari
Empoli, tapi kalau bisa maksimal di laga ini, maka posisi Zona UCL tahun
depan udah benar2 save maka Final UCL akan benar2 fokus.
Ini semacam dejavu 2003 dimana posisi di Serie A saat final juga udah save
di posisi 4.

Dari situ istirohat seminggu, trus hari Minggu tanggal 20 Mei main di San
Siro lawan Udinese.
Gw gak tau jadwal ada keringanan gak dari FIGC untuk majuin ke Sabtu
misalnya, supaya kondisi bisa lebih bugar. Tapi mengingat regulasi bahwa 4
minggu terakhir Serie A harus kik-op bersamaan hari Minggu jam 15.00 waktu
setempat, kemungkinan jadwal akan tetap seperti ini.
Disini Don Carlo akan main dengan tim 1,5. Kemungkinannya hasil disini Milan
akan tetap menang untuk jaga stabilitas performa dan mental tim.

Menurut rencana jadwal Milan yang gw dapat dari Mang Ucup dari bagian umum
Milan, rencananya Milan akan tiba di Athena Senin siang dan baru mencoba
lapangan hari Selasa pagi tanggal 22 Mei 2007.

Merdeka!!!!
Milan ataoe mati....

Ciao

Arif Berlusconi Ikram

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8b.

Re: Countdown To Revenge (H-16)

Posted by: "Juniardi Putra" ardix4@yahoo.com

Mon May 7, 2007 8:57 pm (PST)



Commandos Tigre <goodlookingguy1969@gmail.com> wrote:
******************************CUTNECH*****************************
RM ~ Pokoke libas semua musuh didepan !!!!.. tinggal sedikit lagi.. apalagi lawan Pools bantai abis.. bawa ke barak.. trusss ceburin ke Lusi = Lumpur Sidoarjo.. walah kejam amat ane yach :D~~~.. dendam banget nech ma Pools.. harus Tuntaskan beneran di Athena.. biar Pools ga nyamain pialanya 6 kali.. musim depan bantai Mancrid kalahin gelarnya biar ga jadi juara eropa lagi.. Banzzzaaaaiiii Pools skor 7-0.. nyang nyetak Kaka semua :D~~~.. Forza Milan !!!!

****Milan ????.. Yang Laen Makin Jauh Ketinggalan****
Huba Huba Huba.. Hakuna Matata..
Kaka Oh Kaka.. Kaka O MeravigliaO.. Bravo Kaka !!!!
I Love U Just The Way U Are..


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9.

Yoan Gourcuff

Posted by: "Don Rudy" rudy.milano@gmail.com

Mon May 7, 2007 8:40 pm (PST)

08/05/2007 0.05
Yoann Gourcuff: A Profile Anthony Dosanjh profiles AC Milan starlet Yoann
Gourcuff for Goal.com.

"Yoann is talented and intelligent. With young players like this, Milan can
begin a new era", Kaka.

Yoann was born in Ploemeur, Brittany on July 11 1986, and he represented his
local club FC Lorient (managed by his father, Christian), at youth level.
However, it was clear very soon that his career had nothing to do with his
father being the coach, and in 2003 he signed his first contract with French
side Rennes.

The following year, he made his Ligue 1 debut against AJ Auxerre, and thanks
to some quality performances, quickly established himself in the senior
team, playing in nearly every match since.

In the 2005/06 season, Yoann played 36 games and netted 6 times, which
helped Rennes finish 7th in Ligue 1 and also claim a spot in the Intertoto
Cup. Yoann was also an integral member of the France side that won the 2005
UEFA European Under-19 Championship, scoring a hat-trick in a group game
against Norway.

That, more than anything else, attracted Europe's big clubs' attentions.
Suddenly, his maturity at the age of 18 and his remarkable vision were the
talk of the scouting circles.

Olympique Lyonnais, Arsenal and Ajax were chasing him, with the Gunners
supposedly having the lead due to the French connection, so to speak.
However, that changed when AC Milan came calling with an offer, and a five
year deal was quickly brokered that saw Rennes pocket 3 million euros.

That was the beginning of a new stage, and he couldn't have dreamt of a
better Champions League debut as he scored with a superb header and chipped
in with an assist against AEK Athens in Milan's group stage opener. In
scoring on his debut, Yoann joined Milan legends such as George Weah and
Andriy Shevchenko, which may be an indication of great things to come. He is
one of France's most exciting up and coming talents and he is a midfielder
who can play in a variety of roles.

After a memorable start, he picked up an unfortunate injury, being ruled out
for almost two months with a fractured rib. Since, Yoann has indicated that
doesn't just want to stay and do well, but that he hopes to write his page
in Milan's history books.

At such a young age Yoann already has the class that all time greats have
possessed. Of course, he will mature with age, but he is already being
compared to great players past and present such as Zidane and Kaka, as much
due to his height and build as due to his style and movements.

Although many consider him to be Zidane's heir, the young midfielder himself
thinks of himself as being more similar to his Milan team mate Kaka, than
his French idol.

Yoann can contribute to Milan what most other midfielders can't – a
naturally attacking angle. He can prove to be an able substitute for Kaka
during the course of a tough next season, and also complement him on the
pitch when they choose to have to attacking mid-fielders on the pitch.

The young midfielder may not have had the greatest of seasons, but he has
had a good one. He may not have played as much as expected this time around,
but we can be positive that that next season, the world will see more from
the new Milan sensation.

Anthony Dosanjh

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10.

Gattuso Bidik Karir di Inggris

Posted by: "Kaka" dediacmilan@yahoo.com   dediacmilan

Mon May 7, 2007 8:57 pm (PST)

» Sepak Bola » Liga Italia
Selasa, 08/05/2007 05:46 WIB
Gattuso Bidik Karir di Inggris
Reky Herling Kalumata - detikSport

AFP
Jakarta - Nama Gennaro Gattuso mungkin sudah sangat harum di
persepakbolaan Italia. Namun gelandang tangguh AC Milan kemungkinan
besar akan mengakhiri karirnya di Inggris.

Gatusso merupakan salah satu pemain kunci tim Italia saat merengkuh
Piala Dunia 2006. Sedangkan di Milan ia telah menjadi motor bagi
skuadnya dan baru saja membawa Rossoneri ke final Liga Champions usai
mengatasi Manchester United dengan agregat 5-3.

Namun pemain yang dijuluki "Si Badak" ini sudah lama telah menjadi
incaran MU. Gattuso juga memiliki tipikal gaya permainan Inggris
sebagai pemain jangkar. Bahasa Inggris juga baik setelah dua musim
memperkuat Rangers, dimana istrinya juga orang Skotlandia.

"Gattuso adalah elemen kunci tim Milan, penghubung lapangan tengah dan
juga serangan. Dia adalah pemimpin dan mereka tidak ingin untuk
menghilangkannya," ungkap agen Gattuso, Andrea D'Amico seperti
dilansir Eurosport.

"Rino tak memiliki maksud untuk pergi meninggalkan Milan. Namun
sebelum pensiun dia masih ingin mencoba pengalaman lain di Inggris.
Istrinya adalah orang Skotlandia, dia banyak teman di sana dan akan
senang kembali ke sana," ujarnya.

Sedangkan MU adalah klub yang masih sangat berminat menampung Gattuso.
"Jika Milan memutuskan menjualnya jelas klub besar seperti Manchester
United dan Bayern Munich sangat tertarik untuk mendapatkannya," kata
D'Amico. (key/din)

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